Website design intended to bring you more business online.

Developing website designs that connect with the users requires a thorough understanding of the medium and a creative mindset. Here are some factors why you should consider us for your website design:

7 years in the business of developing creative websites

Over 50+ world-class websites developed for clients in India and across the world

Experienced UI designers, coders and content developers

Specialized in Portal and Ecommerce website design

Smart integration of social media tools

Special focus on conversion optimization - ensuring you more leads per visit

Masters in optimizing websites to rank well on search engines

Special team for support and website maintenance

When others focus on just graphic design, we look at your brand’s overall persona and device ways in which the website design can accentuate it online. Our strategy team plays an important role in planning and devising a communication strategy for your website.

All our web design projects are directly handled by the senior creative team. The team includes the Art Director, Creative Director and Copywriter – all of whom have over 5+ years of expertise in building world-class websites. Coding and Technology.

Our software developers are updated with the latest coding standards and technology innovations in the desktop and mobile medium. This helps us build websites that are highly engaging, secure and in par with the best in the world.

Who wouldn’t want their website to rank well on search engines? Our expertise in search engine optimization and online marketing helps us build websites that ranks amazingly well on all leading search engines and perform well on social media. 

Regular and timely maintenance of websites is a critical task which many ignore. Not when you have a website maintenance agreement with us. We make sure your website is updated with the latest content and your search engine ranking stays on top.



Responsive Design

Perhaps the biggest trend is the increase in mobile-responsive design—a layout that adapts to fit different screen sizes. With the advent of Google’s new Mobilegeddon algorithm, mobile accessibility is a requirement for sites wishing to maintain search visibility and ranking.
A responsive web design can also change the way information is presented depending upon the device being used. If you’re the owner of a destination business, for example, you may want to feature a prominent clickable phone number and directions link at the top of your site. When a visitor is using a smart phone to browse your site, a quick touch can bring up a phone app, Google Maps, or even GPS directions.

Single Page Websites

Like responsive design, single page websites and infinite scroll pages provide an easy way for mobile visitors to view content. Links that stay “pinned” to the top of the screen and “back-to-top” buttons enable visitors to quickly navigate with one hand. While not suitable for every site, depending upon your business and content, a single page site is worth considering.

Card and Grid Layout

Call it the “Pinterest” effect if you like but, as website designs increasingly group content into movable blocks for a responsive layout, more sites are re-purposing this information for display elsewhere—a single post from a grid on a blog page might become a featured item or call-to-action on a home page. Content organized in blocks can also be easily shared on social networks.

Large Type

Another trend that has its roots in mobile-usability is the appearance of large type fonts. Not only are they easy to read regardless of whether you are using a laptop, tablet, or phone, large fonts provide a larger, more touch-friendly area for navigational elements or calls-to-action.

Mobile-friendly Menus on Desktop Sites

As mobile menu icons like the three horizontal bar “hamburger” icon become more familiar to users more desktop sites will adopt this approach. Rather than using an always-visible navigation bar, designs will incorporate icons that reveal navigation when selected.

Video and Kinetic Type

Video has been trending in web design for several years but, as online attention spans continue to decrease, video using kinetic typography is on the rise. Rather than simple captioning, kinetic—or animated type—becomes an integral part of the video, drawing in the viewer while reinforcing the message even in a short clip. A website is an investment in time and money. Adopting a forward-looking approach now will ensure a site that will represent you well into the future.